Organic Lemon Myrtle Tea
From Australia’s North East Coast, the leaf of this magnificent rainforest tree creates a delightful refreshing tea. A wonderful flavour of lemon, lemongrass and lime. Certified chemical residue free.
Available in Loose Tea for the pot or boxes of 25 tea bags.
Organic Rainforest Blend Tea
This is an interesting blend of Lemon Myrtle, Aniseed Myrtle and Lemon Scented Tea tree. Still with that wonderful Lemon Myrtle flavour but with the added zest of the other spices. Great as a pick-me-up or just an enjoyable drink.
Available in Loose Tea for the pot.
Organic Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora)
This pure essential oil is prepared from the leaves of the Australian rainforest tree grown in plantations from selected cultivars of this species. It is the world’s richest known source of the lemon flavour and fragrance citral (90-98%). A superb fragrance with a delightful flavour, complementing a variety of culinary applications. An exquisite essential oil for vapourisation and aromatherapy.G.C. analysis available on request. Citral oil is regarded as non toxic and has met both US and European standards for safety for use in foods. Citral oils have been widely used in foods and beverages for many years to add flavour and fragrance, as well as in aromatherapy, perfumes, colognes and toiletries. The leaves, a renewable resource, are the only part of the plant, which is used. To ensure the product is of the highest quality strict standards are maintained during all stages of production, both in the plantation and the laboratory. Chemical pesticides are not used on the plantations.
Organic Lemon Scented Tea Tree
This pure essential oil is prepared from the leaves and stems of this Australian Native tree. The Lemon Scented Tea Tree has similar medicinal characteristics to the ordinary Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) as an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and antiseptic. Recent tests with the Leptospermum Petersonii has found the bacterial killing action to be more effective against Staphylococcus auereus, Candida albicans and Aspergillas niger than the Alternifolia. The Leptospermum Petersonii Oil has a high citral content which gives it a pleasant Lemon scent, however this could cause irritation in sensitive skins. Lemon Scented Tea Tree also contains the insect repellants Citronellal, Citronellol and Geraniol. Lemon Tea Tree Oil can be used in Aromatherapy as an immune system stimulant, particularly for colds and flu, for the digestive system (dyspepsia & colitis), and for the treatment of anxiety, stress, depression and nervous tension.
Italian Style Pasta
The five flavoursome fettuccine all have an appealing colour and texture.
Available in 250 gram packets.
- Lemon Myrtle
- Dorrigo Pepper and Tomato
- Aniseed Myrtle
- Warrigal Greens
Organic Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora)
The leaf from this aromatic rainforest tree, indigenous to Australia’s tropical east coast has a superb fragrance and a delightful flavour of a blend of lemon, lemongrass and lime. The flavour blends beautifully in a variety of culinary applications. It is exquisite in cheesecakes, desserts, breads, biscuits, and chocolates and creates a superlative flavour for fish, sauces, pasta and beverages.
Organic Dorrigo Pepper (Tasmania stipitata)
Australia has its own highly aromatic pepper that is flavoured by polygodial. Dorrigo Pepper flourishes in the Dorrigo mountain area of northern New South Wales. A green leaf pepper with a sharp hot flavour. Complements cheese, dips, bread, pates, soups, mustards and sauces. Can be used in any culinary application where common pepper is used.
Wattleseed – Acacia victorii
Sourced from Australia’s central desert, these roasted, ground, seeds are selected from one of Australia’s many species of wattle. A chocolate/hazelnut/coffee flavour. Combines well with dairy products, especially exciting in ice cream. Delicious in desserts, pancakes, biscuits, cakes and bread.
Organic Aniseed Myrtle – Backhousia anisata
This Australian tree with delicately flavoured leaves, containing one of the highest sources of the compound anethole, creates an aromatic spice. Used to flavour pasta, seafood, stocks, sauces, breads, biscuits, chocolates, ice cream and liqueurs.
Organic Rainforest Blend
A spicy tropical blend of Lemon Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle with a dash of Chilli. Ideal for Asian style dishes, stir frys and curries.
Sauces and Syrups
Davidson Plum Chilli Sauce
A richly flavoured sauce with a tang of the Australian rainforest fruit – the Davidson Plum. Particularly nice with deep-fried seafood, meats, or vegetables. Use as a dipping sauce for mini spring rolls, chicken wings or meat balls, or as a marinade.
Spicy Bush Relish
A sweet chilli sauce using Bush Tomatoes and Australian Lemon Tea Tree – a heathland bush of Australia that has a rich lemon flavour, which added to the unique sweet and spicy flavour of the bush tomato, makes a delicious sauce for use both on the table and in cooking.
Mango & Lemon Myrtle Dressing
A combination of the rich flavour of mango with the refreshing tang of the Lemon Myrtle, this mayonnaise style dressing is just stunning on salads, avocado or seafood.
Lemon Myrtle Syrup
With the wonderful flavour of lemon, lemongrass and lime, this sweet syrup is exquisite for use on pancakes, waffles or just drizzle across ice-cream. It can also be used as a cordial base, and makes a refreshing cooling long drink when mixed with soda water.
Jams and Spreads
Davidson Plum Jam
Wild Lime Marmalade
From Australia’s East Coast we source the unique nutritious and deliciously tart blood lime. A delightful, tangy flavour.
Lilli Pilli Jam
An east Australian coastal rainforest fruit jam with a fresh sweet flavour and a berry characteristic.
The wild Rosella – a delectable tart fruit jam with a deep, sharp flavour that lends itself favourably with meats as well as a spread.
A mix of nuts, seeds and bush spices. Dukkah is traditionally eaten as an appetiser by dipping fresh bread into oil, and then into the Dukkah.
Dukkah can be used as a topping or coating for cuts of meat or chicken. Brush bread with oil and coat with Dukkah, warm in oven and serve with soup or main meal as an alternative to herb or garlic bread.
Use as a condiment anywhere you require a nutty/spicy flavour. Try it in stir frys, salads, chicken stuffing or rissoles.